A list of specific protocols for leading onground and online academic discussions.
Discussion rubrics samples for onground and online instruction.
The following set of videos provide an overview of the theories, models, techniques, and strategies promoted by the USC Center for Excellence in Teaching.
Inclusive teaching through Universal Design for Learning (UDL), setting the course environment, classroom norms, accommodations, and authentic assessment.
Developing student skill levels through scaffolding, a growth mindset, a positive class environment, aligned assessments, effective assignment descriptions, and transparent grading.
Active learning strategies, its basis in learning theories, flipped courses, and student motivation.
This resource describes different categories of assessments and provides common examples of each. It also discusses the various roles assessment can play in teaching and learning, including options for providing feedback to students. The terms assessment and assignment may be used interchangeably.
A collection of tips for instructors who are developing rubrics for grading their assignments.
An explanation of how to facilitate an in-class active learning technique using a guest speaker, either live or recorded, for any size class.
Sample grading rubric an instructor can use to assess students’ work on short essay questions.